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Siuslaw salmon need continued federal funds for recovery

When I first came to Oregon, I didn’t know how to pronounce the names of most of our beautiful rivers — Willamette, Molalla, Owyhee, Deschutes. They’re all unique. 59 more words

Guest Opinion

Disaster Recovery Plan And Summary

Part 1 – Disaster Recovery Plan

  1. Download and read the Nozama Information Sheet
  2. Build a disaster recovery plan appropriate for Nozama that:
    1. Identifies and lists the roles of staff members, primary and backup, to contact in case of a disruption…
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Academic Writing

Alberta’s Approach to Caribou Recovery

Alberta is home to abundant wild species, rich biodiversity and immense ecological heritage. This is something we sometimes take for granted.

In the past few decades a few things have become apparent when it comes to the environment. 374 more words

Wildlife

'A Lot More Work To Do' To Recover Snake River Chinook, Steelhead

The federal government announced plans to help three threatened fish in the Snake River Basin. They recommend habitat improvements — but stop short of suggesting breaching the Lower Snake River dams. 66 more words

OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting

Recovery plans for Snake River salmon, steelhead released

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries plan include spring and summer chinook, fall chinook and steelhead.

Authorities have released recovery plans for federally protected Snake River chinook salmon and steelhead with the goal of making sure each species is self-sustaining in the wild. 11 more words

Capital Press

Putting Oregon on the road to recovery (Guest opinion) |

More than 1,000 Oregonians rallied earlier this month in Portland to demand a dramatic reform of the state’s anemic recovery support system. A tower of old shoes representing loved ones lost to addiction loomed ominously at the rally, as a monument to the human toll this epidemic has wrought. 46 more words

The Oregonian

Navigating “Year Two”: Regulatory landscape and challenges for foreign banks and their IHCs

After the July 1, 2016 compliance deadline for foreign banking organizations (FBOs) to establish US intermediate holding companies (IHCs) and implement the enhanced prudential standards,1 we noted that, although the effective date marked a key milestone on the journey toward effective compliance, the “long road to operationalizing run-the-bank (RtB) functions has just begun.”2 Heading into Year Two, FBOs with their US IHCs and broader combined US operations (CUSO) contend with the reality that there is a significant road yet to be traveled in a regulatory environment focused on local/jurisdictional implementation that challenges the global model. 1,669 more words

Financial Services